- Virtual Event
- August 13, 2022
- Saturday, 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM
- [email protected]
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Join us on Saturday, August 13 for a virtual guided tour to learn about Mexican Cenotes in the Yucatan Peninsula.
Cenotes are large sinkholes or caves, usually found in sedimentary limestone rock, that have filled with cool, clear groundwater and rainwater over time. Cenotes can be open-air cenotes or a cave cenote. Throughout the Yucatan Peninsula, thousands of Cenotes have become popular attractions and places to cool off from the jungle heat. During our visit art historian, Luz Elena Mainero, will explain the importance of cenotes in ancient Maya culture and its relevance today in the ecosystem of the Yucatan Peninsula.
The tour will be guided in Spanish with English to clarify some topics. All levels are welcome!
Why: To hang-out, have a good time and learn about Mexican culture and history
Who: Good for any Spanish learner. All levels are welcome.
Cost: $5 – Free for all online private students and members; you have to be logged in to your account to register for free. Click here to log in.